Monday, February 28, 2011

Need to be logical even while lying

Even to lie and keep people believing in what is said, we need to be logical. We need to be logical even in lying. Lying is an art which has to be coupled with logical presentation of untrue facts and figures. The one who lies should have a good memory wherein he should remember what all things were told and to which all people.

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Co-existence with nature

After creating everything God saw that everything is good and beautiful and at the end He created human beings in His own image and likeness and sent them out and told them go and enjoy. To go and enjoy does not mean that we have the right to exploit nature.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Green signal for JPC

Finally, UPA government succumbs to opposition’s demand for Joint Parliamentary Committee. United Progressive Alliance (UPA) did not have any other go other than agreeing to the demand of the opposition parties. Government tried its maximum to avoid Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probe in 2G spectrum.

Monday, February 21, 2011

An unexplained enigma

Every beginning has to have an end. Once we are born we have to die giving space for others to live and that is the law of nature, but how, when and where death embraces us, no one knows it.  The fact is that no one wants to die; everyone wants to just live on. I think this is why we can’t have any control of our death. If we were to decide the time of our death, all of us would keep our life duration maximum prolonged as possible.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Child labor promoted stealthily

The irony is that people who speak against child labor themselves stealthily promote it. Child labors are always cheap labor available, at the end of the day children work as much as grown up but with less payment.

The educational institutions which speak about child labor themselves have employed children to work in their campus. Many a time the educated people who speak against child labor employ children in their own house because children remain cheap labors.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Collision of coalition government

Perhaps Coalition government is a very late happening in India, every since the independence of the country congress has been absolutely enjoying the power with great majority but with Rajeev Gandhi and Bofors sandal the single party power came to an end.

Monday, February 14, 2011

Divided for power

Have we ever paused for a moment and thought that why we have so many divisions? The whole world is divided into different countries in the geographical level, countries into states, division based on languages, so many religions and so many denominations within a religion, end number of political parties and the list of division goes on and on.  Conveniently we say it is all for the smooth function of the society and the world at large.

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Winds of change……..

20 days-long agitation fetches its price and the clouds of dictatorship faded away and winds of change bring new ray of hope in the minds of Egyptians.  The end of 30-year dictatorship of President Hosni Mubarak is the victory of the people of Egypt. It was an unprecedented show of people’s power at Tahrir square in Cairo.  It was a national wide strike against Hosni Mubarak regime and it remains the biggest demonstration of people’s power.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Time is the best healer

There is nothing that time can’t heal thus time is the best healer. Time teaches us to forget and forgive and go beyond the damage that has happened to us. It is said that out of sight and out of mind. Time takes us for a journey from the space where the bitter incidents took place and leave us in a new space of happiness.

Monday, February 7, 2011

Everything is subjective……….

At the end of the day everything remains personal, whether it is happiness or sadness, whether it is victory or loose, whether it is praise or humiliation, whether it is success or failure. We will have people around us during the day but as the darkness overpowers and when it brings night we are all alone and we are left alone. Each individual has to handle what life offers him or her by his own or her own.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Full of paradoxes

Our life is full of paradoxes. One’s need would be other’s burden and visa versa. The biggest paradox is the rich and poor people. The poor man walks on his foot to earn his daily bread whereas the rich would have his walks to burn his extra calories which got accumulated through his rich food and his walk is called as ‘Morning Walk’ as well as ‘Evening Walk.’

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Can poor marks spell success?

Is the education all about having colourful marks in the mark sheet? Can poor marks spell success? The education system is reduced to the process of by hearting something and reproducing it on the paper during exam which eventually culminates in scoring good marks. Many a time real learning is far away and most of the time it does not happen at all.

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

If not now never…

Its 10th Cricket World Cup coming down to Asian subcontinent, 28 years of long drought and Sachin playing his final World Cup. The expectations are touching the sky and the cricket fever has engulfed everyone. It is cricket carnival happening in India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh and the focus of the whole world is here for the coming 52 days.